Think You Don't Need Multi-factor Authentication Everywhere?
Much of today’s security spend is going towards perimeter defense products such as firewalls, proxies, and anti-malware, but the most common cause of today’s high-profile data breaches is stolen usernames and passwords. Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) can stop these attacks and new advances in mobile MFA mean that it’s become much simpler to use, and far easier to deploy.
Read this guide to understand:
- How MFA mitigates the risks of attacks from compromised credentials
- How today’s simple MFA can extend across cloud and on-premises applications, servers
- The risks of VPN, and how MFA can help protect the heart of your enterprise